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Data from three scattering techniques (x-ray, neutron, and electron diffraction) can be used by popLA to determine a three-dimensional orientation distribution through WIMV (named for the authors of the technique) or harmonics reduction methods. The 3-D orientation can then be used to generate a representative set of weighted orientations.

The weighed orientations can serve as input to any secondary deformation simulation code.

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